Huawei has introduced the MateBook D 14 SE in the Chinese market, showcasing a blend of sleek aesthetics and robust specifications. This laptop features a 14-inch IPS display, boasting a resolution of 1920x1200 and an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 90%. The thin screen bezel, measuring just 3.5mm, complements the overall design. Additionally, the anti-glare matte screen ensures minimal reflection, and with the German Rhine low blue light certification, users are assured reduced eye strain. The DC dimming technology further enhances the viewing experience by eliminating screen flicker.
At the heart of the MateBook D 14 SE lies the 13th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, specifically the i5-13420H. Coupled with 16GB of LPDDR4x memory, the device promises efficient multitasking capabilities. Connectivity is enhanced with Wi-Fi 6 support, and power needs are catered to by a 56Wh high-capacity battery. This battery, when fully charged, is claimed to support intensive office tasks for up to 6 hours. A versatile 65W multi-functional charger accompanies the laptop. In terms of ports, users will find a comprehensive array, including a full-featured USB-C port, USB 3.2 Gen 1 port, HDMI port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB 2.0 port.
Huawei MateBook D 14 SE is officially available
One of the standout features is the multi-device collaboration. This enables wireless connections with an array of devices, including headphones, smartphones, tablets, monitors, and smart displays. The inclusion of a super hub simplifies the integration and sharing of varied data types such as text, images, and videos across devices. Users can also leverage long-press and drag-and-drop functions for batch operations.
The laptop, with a storage configuration of 512GB, is currently up for pre-order on JD.com at a price of 3,999 yuan, which translates to approximately $559.86 USD. Shipping is slated to commence on October 23. It remains to be seen if other versions will be offered during the pre-sale period.